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EXCLUSIVE: Mel Gibson Responds To Malibu Construction Lawsuit, Wants The Case Dismissed


May 28 2018, Updated 10:18 a.m. ET

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Mel Gibson is asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit that was filed by Ramage Construction against him and many others – including his estranged wife, Robyn - has learned exclusively.

The lawsuit, filed September 13 in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleges that the actor and his soon-to-be ex-wife owe Ramage around $13,000 on several properties located near the Malibu church owned by Gibson

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According to new courts documents obtained by, the attorney for the actor responds to the claims made by Ramage Construction and states "accordingly, there were failures of consideration and material breaches of contract by Plaintiff which, in whole or in part, excuse Defendants performance."

The attorney for Gibson goes on to state that the lawsuit should also be tossed because any money that the former couple owes Ramage Construction has been paid.

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Ramage Construction is seeking the money, plus interest as well as the cost of the lawsuit and any additional monies the court deems fit.

Gibson wants the lawsuit dismissed with prejudice and requests Ramage Construction to pay his legal fees.

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